A wooden base to lift your soil away from adventurous moles.
Our partner is a UK-registered charity for productive employment and training for disadvantaged adults between 16 and 80, with both physical disabilities and those with learning impairment. They are committed to providing training and paid employment to as many disadvantaged individuals as they can. The Workshop provides practical experience and the opportunity to learn new skills in woodworking and machining. Individuals are able to progress at their own pace, thus achieving their maximum potential. Training courses are recognised by Oxfordshire Open College Network in Preparation for Practical Work and Basic Woodworking Skills. They work hard recycling waste wood in a fully equipped mill workshop making high quality garden furniture and animal habitats - and they receive a fair wage in return. Following individually tailored training programmes and with careful and supportive counselling, staff may progress to the mainline job market. If not, our partner can guarantee that their lives, confidence and self-esteem will be hugely improved. They will quite rightly form part of our valued working society.